Aug
23
to Dec 6

Aquinas Institute Fall 2017 Courses

1. THE 291 Angels and Demons 3 sem. hours Fr. Clinton Sensat, STL

Description: This course is a rigorous study of Catholic angelology and demonology. Lectures will be based on the the source materials of philosophy, the Bible, the Fathers, and the greater Scholastics. The purpose of this course is to grapple with nature and the activity of spiritual beings as far as possible based on the solid information available. A secondary purpose is to clear away the superstitions, silly notions, and dangerous practices that often plague any discussion of angels and demons. Some of the topics discussed will be the constitution of angelic spirits, angelic intellect and will, the angelic hierarchies, angelic and demonic activity, and the fall of the demons.

Day and Time: Wednesdays 6:00 - 8:45 PM Location: John Paul the Great Academy, 1522 Carmel Dr., Lafayette Classes start: August 23 • Classes end: December 6


2. THE 390 Spiritual Theology 3 sem. hrs Fr. Michael Champagne, CJC, STD

Description: This course will provide an in-depth introduction to Spiritual Theology, which can also be termed the Theology of the Interior Life or the Theology of Christian Perfection. The nature of Christian holiness will be treated especially as it involves the integral operation of the theological virtues, the moral virtues, and gifts of the Holy Spirit. Spiritual Theology by Jordan Aumann, OP, will provide the principal material for the course.

Day and Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00 - 8:15 PM Location: John Paul the Great Academy, 1522 Carmel Dr., Lafayette Classes start: Tuesday August 22 • Classes end: December 7

You Can Now Register and Pay On-line! www.aquinaslafayette.org or call 337-394-6550

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Nov
2
to Jan 25

Breath of God Mini Retreat Series

Mini retreat: 6:45 p.m., Nov. 2, Our Lady of Prompt Succor Adoration Chapel, 4316 La. 56, Houma (Upper Little Caillou). Breath of God Mini Retreat Series runs every Thursday for 12 weeks. You are invited to journey with Father Dave Pivonka. In his latest book, “Breath of God,” he delves into the holy scriptures and shows how the Holy Spirit is present and active in your life. The speaker for each night will be Father Dave Pivonka of Queen of Peace Friary. All are invited.

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Nov
26
5:00 PM17:00

St. Peter Catholic Church 22nd Annual Solemn Mass & Eucharistic Procession

St. Peter Catholic Church 22nd Annual Solemn Mass and Eucharistic Procession celebrating Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

Location: St. Peter Catholic Church, 125 E 19th Ave, COvington, LA

Event Information: St. Peter Catholic Church invites everyone to worship with us at our 22nd annual Solemn Mass and Candlelight Eucharistic Procession celebrating The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe on Sunday, November 26th at 5:00 in the evening. Reserved seating for Religious is available in the front left section of the church. . For those unable to process, the prayer of the Rosary will be prayed in the church. For more information, please call St. Peter Rectory at 892-2422

Contact Phone Number: (985) 892-2422

Website: http://stpeterparish.com

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Dec
2
12:00 PM12:00

Son Rise Christian Music Festival

The Son Rise is coming! Join us Saturday, December 2 as we raise our Lord Jesus up in song in this 2nd Annual Christian Music Festival.

Enjoy a day-long experience as 10 of this area's finest Christian musicians take the stage to open your heart and lift your spirit in song. Witness holy images as they appear from a blank canvas as artists create holy art to the music, live and on stage. Move your feet with our dancers who will lead you in praise through movement or visit the booths of artists and artisans who love the Lord and share their praise through their creation. Come hungry for God but also come hungry for some of the best cuisine Louisiana has to offer. Its all to support the worldwide ministry of World of Hope in their efforts to serve the poorest of the poor as well as to support the Children's Advocacy Center.

Contact Phone Number: (985) 791-4288

Website: http://sonrisemusicfest.net

Location: Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center Main Parking Lot

Admission is free!

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Dec
3
3:00 PM15:00

La Posada with Sr. Dulce Maria

Come learn about the journey of the wise men and hear about the gifts they brought. Then, follow the Shepherd in search of the Holy Family. Visit with St. Nicholas, Bubbles the Camel and different animals. 

This event is for children of all ages at Cypress Springs Mercedarian Prayer Center in Baton Rouge. 

Call 225-752-8480 for more information!

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Dec
6
10:30 AM10:30

Council of Catholic School Cooperative Clubs

Council of Catholic School Cooperative Clubs
Archdiocese of New Orleans invites you to attend the
75th Annual Luncheon., "We Are Called to Love Tenderly"
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Doors open at 10:30 am, Procession 11:15 am
Best Western Plus Landmark Hotel 2601 Severn Ave. 
Metairie, LA R.S.V.P. Michelle Dennis 504-957-7965
$45.00 per perso

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Dec
8
11:30 AM11:30

Women, WINE & Wisdom Event- Mandeville

Do you need a heart-stirring reminder of your truest identity as a woman? Join Colleen Mitchell and the women of WINE: Women in the New Evangelization as they dive into God's abundant mercy that draws us near to him. 

Choose one of the different event offerings: 

Lunch: 11:30-2:30 pm 

Dinner: 6:30-9:30 pm 

Visit catholicvineyard.com 

Space is limited!

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Dec
9
9:00 AM09:00

Magnificat Breakfast: Metarie Chapter

Magnificat Metairie Chapter, a ministry to Catholic women, is sponsoring a breakfast on December 9, 2017 to be held in the Chateau Ballroom, 16th floor, of the Best Western PLUS Landmark Hotel, 2601 Severn Avenue in Metairie from 9:00 a.m. to noon. 

Our speaker, Jill Cabes, is a wife and mother of 4 children and  Vice President for Dominican Catholic identity a Dominican High School.  She and her husband, Scott, have been involved in several marriage ministries.  Come and enjoy breakfast with us and hear Jill share how the grace of God flows into our lives when we embrace Christ’s call to “take up our cross and follow Him” (Matt. 16:24). 

Reservations: $20, mail check to 1005 Maryland Ave., Kenner, LA 70062; or online, $22, www.magnificat-ministry.net/chapter-webpages/metairie-la.  For more information, call 504-466-2010 or 504-884-6152.

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Dec
9
9:00 AM09:00

Advent Morning of Reflection

 Advent Morning of Reflection to be held on Saturday, December 9th at the Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor. Registration begins at 8:30 AM.Program begins at 9 AM. The presenter is Fr. Joe Palermo and his topic is "Being Mary in the Martha-Paced Season of Advent."

The morning of prayer will suggest ways to resist the pre-Christmas cultural pressure to decorate, party and shop till you drop, and instead, to slow down and focus on the true spiritual reason for the season. There will be two talks, time for quite prayer, the Sacrament of Reconciliation concluding with Mass at 11:30 AM. All are welcomed and donations are appreciated.

Contact Phone Number: (504) 615-1469

Location: The Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor, New Orleans (2701 State Street, 70118)

For more information email j.mears@outlook.com

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Dec
9
12:00 PM12:00

Women, WINE, and Wisdom Event- Metairie

Do you need a heart-stirring reminder of your truest identity as a woman? Join Colleen Mitchell and the women of WINE: Women in the New Evangelization as they dive into God's abundant mercy that draws us near to him. 

Choose one of the different event offerings: 

Lunch: noon-3pm

Dinner: 6-9pm 

visit catholicvineyard.com to register. Space is limited!

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Jan
27
9:00 AM09:00

Women's Morning of Reflection at St. Jude

The Catholic Daughters of St. Jude invite all women to join them for a Women’s Morning of Reflection to be held on Saturday January 27, 2018 in the St. Jude Parish Hall (9150 Highland Road, Baton Rouge, LA). Jean Gatz will be our spiritual facilitator and lead us on a journey of Refueling Your Spirit When Running on Empty. She is a St. Jude parishioner, author, and nationally known Motivational Speaker. She will have copies of her books for viewing and purchasing if so desired. The cost per book is $10, cash or checks accepted.  

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the program is from 9 a.m. to Noon.  There is no fee for attending.  However, due to limited seating, please RSVP by January 19, 2018 to:

 

 

Anita Harper          766-7988

Joyce Eiserloh        448-3299

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Nov
18
4:00 PM16:00

Young Adult Ministry Sport & Laser Tag at Pelican Park

Saturday, November 18, 4-6PM at Pelican Park (63350 Pelican Dr, Mandeville)
Join us for an afternoon of sports, outdoor laser tag, fellowship, and fun at Pelican Park in Mandeville on Saturday afternoon from 4:00 - 6:00pm. For those that would like to join us, we also plan to go out to eat afterwards at the Mellow Mushroom in Covington. 
If you want to play laser tag please bring $10 for equipment use

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Nov
18
9:30 AM09:30

A Morning of Thanksgiving

Contact Phone Number: (504) 529-1636

Website: https://cojtl.arch-no.org/upcoming_events_retreats

Location: Center of Jesus the Lord at Our Lady Of Good Counsel 1307 Louisiana Ave, New Orleans, LA 70115

Event Information: What Will I Return to the LORD for
All HE Has Done For Me? Psalm 116:12

God’s love and mercies have been abundantly bestowed upon us.
Let us celebrate God’s Goodness as we prepare for Thanksgiving Day!

A MORNING OF THANKSGIVING
Saturday, November 18, 2017
9:30 am-12 noon

Praise and Worship
Testimony
Teaching

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Nov
15
6:30 PM18:30

Magnify Midnight & Run

Calling all young adults to join us for Magnify & Midnight Run 

Midnight Run (MNR) is an outreach concept being utilized throughout the United States in ministering to the homeless by way of food and fellowship. It is a great way to get involved and volunteer in your local community. In serving we are giving God gratitude for all of the many good things that he has done within our lives. 


Details 
Wednesday, November 15 at Mater Dolorosa (1230 S. Carrollton Ave.)

6:30pm (Volunteers): meet in Parish Center, located behind Mater Dolorosa, in order to assemble bag lunches with prayer cards, for the homeless.
7:00-8:00pm (Magnify): prayer and music led by young adults

8:00-till (MNR): we will coordinate a few vehicles to drive to St. Joseph’s Church near the Claiborne overpass, which is where we will distribute the food. We should be finished distributing all the bag lunches and return to Mater Dolorosa no later than 9:00pm. 


Volunteer Info: Sign-up below by Monday, November 13, before midnight. Another email will be sent out Tuesday, November 14 to all volunteers, requesting that each individual bring a specific type and quantity of food (ex: Lisa:1/2 pound of turkey, Brian: 1 loaf of bread, Jamal: a dozen juice boxes, etc..) with them to Mater Dolorosa Church on November 15 at 6:30p.m. (If all you have time for is to bring food and help assemble the bag lunches, that’s perfectly fine).

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Nov
14
6:30 PM18:30

13 Reasons Why Not: A Forum on Youth & Suicide

Location: Catholic Life Center Main Ballroom, 1800 S. Acadian Thruway, Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Event Information: The Diocesan Offices of Marriage & Family Life and Youth & Young Adult Ministry are hosting an evening entitled, “13 Reasons Why Not: A Forum on Youth & Suicide.” The program will feature presentations by Dr. Donna Fargason, a local child and adolescent psychiatrist in private practice at Family Focus & Associates in Baton Rouge, and Staci Gulino, a family mental health practioner, specializing in the integration of faith and mental health. 

The evening will address concerns over the popular and controversial TV series, “13 Reasons Why” including the underlying causes of the series popularity, the mental health issue of depression, the warning signs of suicide, and what those concerned can do in response. This forum is directed toward parents, adults involved in youth ministry as well as those who work with youth and young adults in other capacities, either professionally or as volunteers. No pre-registration is required. Please visit the website, www.mfldiobr.org for more information.

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Nov
10
to Nov 12

Rachel's Vineyard Retreat

Rachel's Vineyard Retreats ministers healing and forgiveness for those women and men who have had an abortion. The retreat provides a confidential, nonjudgmental safe place for the participants to share their abortion stories and grieve the loss of the aborted baby. Fr. Joe Palermo will be the spiritual facilitator on the retreat. Financial assistance is available. All faiths are welcomed. 
Contact Pam Richard at 504-460-9360or Donna Scheuermann at 504-258-9183 for more information.
The retreat will be held at The Archdiocese Retreat Center. 5500 St. Mary St. Metarie, La. November 10 -12, 2017

Contact Phone Number: (504) 460-9360

Website: http://RachelsVineyard.org

Cost: $170

Location: The Archdiocese of New Orleans Retreat Center

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Nov
10
to Nov 12

Four Twelve Youth Retreat

You and your school/youth group are cordially invited to the FourTwelveRetreat. A weekend retreat experience taking place at the Camp Living Waters Retreat Center in Loranger, LA on Friday through Sunday, November 10th through 12th.

 

We are hoping for 200+ teens at this retreat.  Our whole idea is to bring the local area youth ministers and campus minister together.  We will deal with the cost and hassle of putting on the retreat, and all you have to do is have your Parish/School sponsor your cost for coming.  Then sign your teens up, and you have a retreat that you can take your teens on, and you will be there guiding them through the entire retreat.  If you can't attend, no problem! Just send them and we will plug them into an appropriate small group!  

 

The theme for this year's retreat is Alive: Embracing the Cross.  This is based off the scripture verse Matthew 16:24-27.  Our focus is to help the teens dive deep into the truth of our faith, that the walk to calvary is beautiful and full of grace.  We want them to understand that staying on the mountain is not where the true beauty lies in our faith walk!

 

Attached here is the preliminary scheduleretreat flyer, and registration link.  We are inviting each Campus Minister/Youth Minister to attend with their School or Youth Group, so that you can be there to walk them through their retreat journey.  Youth Ministers will be in charge of facilitating their small group.  We would also like to filter random retreaters to the appropriate Youth Group.  We hope that this annual retreat will provide an opportunity for local campus ministers/youth ministers, who may not have the capability to put on a retreat this size, to easily attend with their teens at a minimal cost to the parish. Our hope is this retreat will foster community between Campus Ministers/Youth Ministers and Schools/Youth Groups, that can extend past retreat! If you yourself cannot attend its no problem to send teens, we will have adults there to facilitate small groups!

 

The cost of the retreat for Youth Ministers and Teens is non-refundable fee of $200.  This includes room and board, four meals, one t-shirt, dynamic speakers, including key speaker/hip hop artist Oscar "Two-Ten" Rivera, John Finch & Band.  

We are asking everyone to go to this link to register: 

http://www.maryqueenofpeace.org/fourtwelve/retreat

 

Registration Deadline is Wednesday, October 11th. If you would like to register as a group, please send a check, the group registration form with count of teens/adults, parish in subject line of check to address below. Once we have received your check, a confirmation email will be sent to you with a discount code for each adult/teen to complete their registration online. We must have the online Liability/Medical Form & Code of Conduct completed prior to the retreat. A reminder email will be sent three weeks prior to the retreat, including a list of items to bring i.e. toiletries, sleeping bag, pillow etc. 

 

Send/Make Checks Payable To:

 

Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church 

Attention: FourTwelve Fall Retreat/Elise Bennett

1501 West Causeway Approach

Mandeville, LA 70471

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Nov
10
to Nov 12

River Parishes Fall Fest

 Fri. 6pm-10pm, Sat. 11am-10pm & Sun. 11am-9pm! Rides, Food, Games, Parade of Prizes & Craft Show all weekend. Special ride rates (arm bands) $75.00 all weekend, $40.00 entire day Saturday OR Sunday, $20.00 per session Fri 6pm-10pm, Saturday 6pm-10pm OR Sunday 6pm-9pm. Craft Show Sat. 12pm-8pm & Sun. 11am-7pm. Raffle tickets $5.00 each for an opportunity to win up to $3000.00. Friday night drawing $500.00, Saturday night drawing $1000.00 & Sunday night drawing $1500.00 if you win your ticket goes back in for the next drawing! Live Entertainment: Fri. 7pm-10pm Karma; Sat. 3pm-6pm Giacomo & 7pm-10pm Weathered; Sun. 3pm-5pm Faith Becnel & 6pm-9pm Supercharger. Queen of Hearts Pageant Sun Nov5, 2017, 12 noon in the Sacred Heart School Cafeteria.

Contact Phone Number: (985) 764-9958

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Nov
7
6:30 PM18:30

Growing up Gracefully: A Mother/Daughter Program

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

6:30pm to 8:30pm

St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church
Barrett Complex
105 Bonnabel Blvd.
Metairie, LA 70005

Made Possible by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Canizaro. Presented by Dr. Susan Caldwell and Sarah Denny

Parents are the primary educators of their children. Mothers have a unique responsibility to teach and guide their daughters as they make the journey from little girl to young woman. The goal of this program is to give moms the tools they need to help their daughters not only survive the journey but become the women God created them to be, fully alive and full of grace

Topics include:

▪Your period and your body: What is normal and what is not? When should you see a doctor?

▪The Birth Control Pill: Is it really the best option?

▪Making good decisions regarding the gift of sexuality

▪Dating and healthy relationships: Living the virtue of chastity

▪The feminine genius: The great power and responsibility of being a woman

▪Anonymous Q&A session

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Nov
6
6:45 PM18:45

Catholic Social Thought Series on Homelessness

Location: Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 501 Holy Trinity Drive , Covington, Louisiana 70433

Event Information: Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Covington will be presenting its fourth talk in a series on Catholic Social Thought with Stephanie Dupepe, Coordinator of Northshore Services for Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of New Orleans, speaking on Homelessness. The talk will be held at Most Holy Trinity Family Life Center. A light dinner will be served starting at 6:45 p.m. with the talk stating at 7:15 p.m. Babysitting will be provided upon reservation. For more information call the church office at (985) 892-0642.

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Nov
5
2:30 PM14:30

Greater Baton Rouge Hunger Walk

Website: https://brfoodbank.org/hunger-walk-2017

Cost: $15

Location: CATHOLIC LIFE CENTER, ACADIAN HWY 1800 S. Acadian Thrway

Event Information: Join us at the upcoming Hunger Walk which will be held on Sunday, Nov. 5 at 2:30pm at the Catholic Life Center. Registration at the event beginning at 1:30pm, or online at https://brfoodbank.org/hunger-walk-2017
This walk is a benefit to our Greater Baton Rouge area since all proceeds will help reduce hunger and poverty in our area. All proceeds stay local and go to the Food Bank and the Interfaith Federation’s Holy Grill feeding program for school age children who are in need of food.
The walk is a 2 mile walk from Catholic life center through the adjacent neighborhood to Catholic High, then back to the center. You can walk as little or as much as you would like to do!
Donations for the walk are suggested at $15, but we will be happy to accept any donation for the cause. You can register online at https://brfoodbank.org/hunger-walk-2017/or the day of the walk.
For more information, call 225 333 8129

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Nov
4
7:30 AM07:30

Born to Run Baton Rouge

Join for the 5th annual Born to Run in Baton Rouge 5k and 1-mile Fun Run at the North Boulevard Town Square in Downtown Baton Rouge. 

Born to Run is a great opportunity for runners and walkers alike to take an active role in Woman's New Life Center's mission. Woman's New Life Center (WNLC) is a life-affirming counseling and medical center that serves women facing unplanned pregnancies in the Greater Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas. Along with its expansion of Hope Woman's Clinic, its goal is to serve women in all areas of need. You can help WNLC continue to save and change lives by participating in Born to Run – Baton Rouge.

7:30am: Runner Sign-In

8:30am: 1-mile Fun Run/Walk begins

9:00am: 5K begins with a post-race "Birth"day Party to follow

Resgister you and your team at womansnewlife.com/borntorun

 

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Oct
24
9:30 AM09:30

Reformation 500 Years Later- Lessons Learned

The Interfaith Federation of Greater Baton Rouge is hosting an event on the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation. Keynote speakers will be Archbishop Alfred Hughes and Bishop Michael Rinehart of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.

The Event is from 10-11:30 am, registration opens at 9:30 am. A tour of the new St. George church and noon mass is offered after the event. The event is free, RSVP though the Federation office is appreciated, 225-267-5600. or their web site, 

St. George Catholic Church  http://www.ifedgbr.com

 

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Oct
21
6:00 PM18:00

Dancing with the Stars- The Good Shepard Way

One of New Orleans' premier events is returning to the Marriott on Canal with a fantastic twist that will leave you wanting to travel the world dancing!  This year for the first time, The Good Shepherd School is hosting, Dancing With the Stars - Around the World.  Our choreographers and dancers will be working to dazzle and amaze you with music, themes and dance moves from around the globe.   You do not want to miss this fabulous, star-studded event benefiting The Good Shepherd School!

Dancing With the Stars Around the World, The Good Shepherd Way
Saturday, October 21, 2017
6:00 p.m. Cocktail Social and Dinner Buffet
8:00 p.m. Dancing With the Stars Competition Begins

Marriott Canal Street Grand Ballroom
555 Canal Street, New Orleans

Below is a list of this year's dancers and their talented choreographers:

Deborah & John Blancher, 
choregraphed by Annie Cuccia
Meg Gatto & Roy Glapion, choreographed by Eleni Korominas
Amanda Shaw & Tom Gregory, choreographed by Brianna and Alex Nowlin
Hillary Gibbs Alread & Max Gruenig, choreographed by Kate Rohm
Chandra Chifici & Joe Helm, choreographed by Gina Iserman
Amy Winchester & Stanton McNeely, III, choreographed by Stephani Kammer
Laurie Pierce Martin & Wayne Pierce, choreographed by Janell Wattigny
Theresa Truxillo & Paul Sptizfaden, choreographed by Fran Moran 
Christina Mahtook & Vance Vaucresson,
 choreographed by Laura Stein
Kevyn & Pat Winters, choreographed by Ashley Iserman and Amal Hamdan
 

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Oct
21
11:00 AM11:00

Knights of Columbus Council 5301 Salute Our Veterans Car Show

All proceeds will go to support events for the Veterans which live at the home. We will have music , food and driks available to buy. Also will be selling 50/50 raffle which tickets will go to free give away every 30 minutes, plus have a raffle for some other great items . Can provide a flyer which outlines all this information, as well as tax id and letters from the Veteran Home on event. 

Free to public to come and see, but to enter a car it is $10.00 a car if pre register before the event and $20.00 at the gate

Location: South East Veterans Home 4080 West Airlline Hwt Reserve LA 70085

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Oct
21
9:00 AM09:00

Children's Mission Day

Come join for the 26th annual Children's Mission Day sponsored by the Missionary Childhood Association, Archdiocese of New Orleans. This years theme is: "Mission at the heart of the Church".  Children’s Mission Day will be held at St. Mary’s Dominican High School Gym and will begin at 9am and end after Mass with Archbishop Aymond at 2pm. The cost for the day is $15 and will include lunch, CMD t-shirt, and World Mission Rosary Bracelet.

 

What is CMD?  It's a special archdiocesan event for students in catholic schools and parishes to come together to celebrate their baptismal call to be missionary. Students fromgrades 3-7 are invited to participate in a full day of music, dance, mission activities and guest speakers from around the World.  Music will be provided by Mr. Roberto Matthews and a special performance by the St. Peter Claver Liturgical Dance Group will be enjoyed by all.  Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond. 

 

Students from the archdiocese are invited to participate in creating a logofor our CMD T-shirts.  The winning logo will be printed on the T-shirts for the Children's Mission Day. The winner willreceives a free T-shirt and lunch.

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Oct
20
to Oct 22

Our Lady of Lourdes in Violet Oyster Festival

Come join in the fun at the Violet Oyster Festival with rides, games, bands, raffles, contests, crafts and tons of local entertainment. 

The event is at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Violet. 

Also serving oysters on the raw 1/2 shell and grilled oysters 1/2 shell with sauce. 

There's fried seafood, pizza, snowballs and so much more! 

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Oct
20
to Oct 22

Retreat for Men & Women with Fr. Phillip Scott

Fr. Phillip is internationally renowned, appears on EWTN and at Women of Grace retreats. He is the founder of the religious order Family of Jesus, Peru. The retreat topic will be, "If we have truly decided to follow Jesus.." Fr. Phillip will instruct, preach and pray with all. 
The retreat schedule as follows,
Friday- Arrive after 6pm. Holy Mass /Talk ( no meal )
Sat.-Talk / Holy Mass / Talk / Healing Service (Meals B/L/D)
Sun. Breakfast / Talk / Holy Mass

$160.00 Semi Private room
$210.00 Private Room
$110.00 Commuters

Website: http://www.ourladyoftheway.org/home.html

Cost: $160

Location: Our Lady of the Way Spiritual Life Center 50352 Antioch Road Tickfaw, LA 70466

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Oct
20
to Oct 22

Festival of the Lake

35th Annual Festival of the Lake for Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Mandeville LA. Six live bands, 40+ game booths, 30 craft fair booths; 15 food vendors; 600 parish volunteers staff the Festival.

New this year - evangelization/information booth as part of implementation of Archdiocese NO Synod. Friday, Oct 20 (5-10p), Sat Oct 21 (11a-10p), Sun Oct 22 (11a-5p).

Free admission. Games, food, drink can be purchased. Festival theme - Vintage. Joe Chautin (504-439-2350) is available for interview or to answer questions.

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Oct
17
11:00 AM11:00

Missionaries of St. Therese Rose Petal Luncheon & Social

The 70+ year-old organization, Missionaries of St. Thérèse, invites you to the 72nd Anniversary Rose Petal Luncheon & Social on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.

Festivities begin at 11 a.m. It will be held at the St. Philip Neri Parishioners’ Center, at 6500 Kawanee Ave. in Metairie. In addition to a wonderful served luncheon, there will be lots of fun activities including a Silent Auction, two Special Airline Tickets Raffles, a Parade of Prizes, a Live Auction, Homemade Sweets Sale, Card Draw, Door Prizes and many more.

There is ample parking, and the cost is only a $25 donation. Make Your Reservations Now by calling JoAnn Testa Hebert 504-288-0717 or Lynn Woods Schonberg 504-577-4711.

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Oct
16
to Oct 18

St. Peter's Mission: Living as a Beloved Child of God

Everyone is invited to the annual St. Peter Parish Mission, “Living as a Beloved Child of God,” presented by Fr. Joseph S. Palermo, J.D., on Monday, October 16 through Wednesday, October 18 at St Peter Catholic Church in Covington.

Fr. Palermo will present an introduction to the mission at all Sunday Masses October 14 and 15, including Saturday 4:00pm Vigil, Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:30am and 5:00pm. The mission continues with presentations on Monday and Tuesday at 7:00pmand Wednesday, within the context of Holy Mass, beginning at 7:00pm.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered each evening, Monday through Wednesday, from 6:00pm until 6:45pm. Topics include, “God’s Beloved without Needing to be Successful or Perfect,” God’s Beloved without Needing Praise or Approval,” God’s Beloved without Needing to be in Control.” A reception in St Mary’s Hall will follow Mass on Wednesday.

Contact Phone Number: (985) 892-2422

Website: http://www.stpeterparish.com

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